These days, when people are travelling to a new place, they try to attend a cooking a class there because local food is something which brings one really close to the culture of the place where they are holidaying. That is why; cooking classes in Delhi is very popular among people who come to visit and explore this place.
These classes are open the box of secrets to Indian cooking and people have a lot of fun attending them. They are mostly taken by the local and popular chefs there who clearly teach their students some basic Indian cooking techniques. They also share some secrets which make Indian cooking delicious and drool worthy. While the classes are on the attendees get to see some live demonstrations of cooking styles from the chefs and they can also try their hand on in a new dish that they have just learned in the class.
Though these classes are not for long durations (travellers cannot attend a long course because they are on a holiday) but they try to provide all the important and key information about Indian cooking to people who attend the class. There are various kinds of cooking classes available which are traveller friendly and one can choose them accordingly only after researching well on what type of dishes are taught in the class and how many dishes are covered in the given duration. One can also check the expertise of the chef who will be taking the class and see whether they are good enough to teach Indian cooking and how many years they have been working as a chef.
The shortest duration of cooking class that one can get is the half day cooking class which mainly runs for 5 to 6 hours where one can get to learn how to cook some delicious Indian snacks and desserts. In a full day cooking class one can also get to learn some local main dishes as well because the duration is almost of 10 hours.
Now if one wants to go for the best cooking classes in Delhi then they need to invest some more time. One can join those classes (which is like for 2 to 3 days) only if they have time in hand so that they can get hands on some more local and exquisite dishes of India and get to know more about the Indian culture and the history of those dishes, from where they have arrived and how they have evolved through time.
One can research online about the organisations which mostly arrange these cooking classes which are solely for the travellers. One can also check the number of students in the class (the lower the better) so that they can learn the dishes more vividly.